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Versailles II: Testament of the King

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Versailles II: Testament of the King
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Video Game
[[Cryo Interactive Entertainment]][[Category:Cryo Interactive Entertainment]]
[[Réunion des Musées Nationaux]][[Category:Réunion des Musées Nationaux]]
Windows PC and PlayStation 2
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Versailles II: Testament of the King is a video game released in 2001. It was developed by Cryo Interactive Entertainment and published by Réunion des Musées Nationaux for Windows based PCs and the Sony PlayStation 2. It is the sequel to the 1997 game Versailles 1685.

The game is set in 1700, 15 years after the previous game, at the time of the death of King Charles II. The player assumes the role of Charles-Louis de Farevolles, who turns up at the Court of Louis XIV, with neither influence at Court nor money.

A 25 piece orchestra, led by Skip Sempé, performs an hour of music for the game.

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